The directing duo behind the docs "45365" and "Tchoupitoulas" give us a vital, vibrant glimpse of the New West.
The fraternal directing duo behind "Western" talk about reinventing the concert film with David Byrne's radical reconception of a concert.
The sophomore film from the co-directors of the elegaic "45365" already found great success at SXSW, but a release beyond the festival circuit may not be in the cards unless they can clear the music rights with your help.
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The "Tchoupitoulas" and "Western" filmmaker's latest snapshot of American culture is truly a sight for sore eyes.
Revisiting James Baldwin's final unfinished novel brings a fresh perspective to America's original sin.
An exhilarating, living document as adventurous as the event it covers - David Byrne's grand musical experiment with Color Guard squads.
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An exuberant celebration in the streets was just the precursor for what was going on in the theaters in downtown Columbia, Missouri during the nonfiction fest.
The directors of "Tchoupitoulas" and "45365" create an unshakeable vision of the new American West.
The directors behind "Western" talk about opening up their process to accurately reflect what it's like to currently live in "the land of the free."